Who’s ready for Easter Brunch? We definitely are. Here a simple mimosa recipe to go along with your Easter Brunch. Enjoy!!
Orange Creamsicle Mimosa
Whipped Cream Flavored Vodka
*For this recipe, I used store bought Orange Juice, Taaka Whipped Cream Vodka, and Andre Champagne
Yayy!! It’s finally here!! Marietta Square Market is now open for some great food and local shopping treasures. Located in the historic downtown of Marietta, GA., the market is a wonderful destination to see what this city has to offer. Whether you are enjoying a cup of Joe at Bread and Butter or sipping Matcha Green Tea at Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar, the Marietta Square Market has something for the entire family to enjoy.
Marietta Square Market
68 North Marietta Parkway NW, Marietta GA 30060
Photos by: Haus of Kelley, LLC
There’s a neighborhood restaurant in Mid-City New Orleans that is serving up great Brunch eats. Katie’s Restaurant & Bar has been a staple in the Mid-City community since 1984. When you walk into Katie’s, you are greeted with the best southern hospitality. The menu is filled with mouth watering options that will have you thinking about your comeback visit to try them. Drinks were flowing as they should on a beautiful Sunday. The staff’s goodbye greeting, “Thanks Y’all”, gave a wonderful feeling of gratitude and unity. It was such a pleasure seeing people from all walks of life having fellowship, the best Mimosas ever, and Brunch. If you are in New Orleans or plan to visit, give Katie’s Restaurant & Bar a try.
Seafood Omelet | shrimp, crawfish, lump crab, mozzarella, green onion
with Andouille Cheese Grits $16
Breakfast Pizza $15
Katie’s Restaurant & Bar
3701 Iberville Street
New Orleans, LA 70119
Brunch: Every Sunday 9am to 3pm
The last Sunday Brunch of 2018 was in NOLA and had to be the greatest in my book. I had the honor of spending it with my fellow members from the Krewe of Nefertiti. The Brunch setting was placed at Jack Rose Restaurant on the famed St. Charles Ave. Everything from the food, champagne, to the decor was breathtaking. We had such a great time in fellowship and the music kept the fun and laughter going. If you are in New Orleans or plan to visit, please give Sunday Brunch at Jack Rose Restaurant a try.
Shrimp and Grits
Krewe of Nefertiti: Group Photo Credit -Dana Perry
A special thanks to Dana Perry for being a gracious host. -XOXO
The Krewe Of Nefertiti is an all female social aid and pleasure club geared towards helping those in need through community service and fundraising. For more information, please visit www.kreweofnefertiti.org
My love for Charlotte, NC has just been enhanced by the discovery it’s first female brewery. Bold Missy is awesome! When you walk in, the space is so inviting and modern. I was greeted by Lybby and given samples of the some great Brew. I chose the “Make your (Mess)age” Brut IPA and trust me it was good. Thanks to Heather and Lybby for being so welcoming and willing to humor me about Brunch ventures. I will definitely pay Bold Missy a visit on the next Charlotte trip.
610 Anderson Street
Charlotte, NC 28205
There’s nothing like a great place to sit down and have a cup of coffee. My new go to place in NOLA is Backatown Coffee Parlour. The setting is so peaceful and quaint that you could spend so much time enjoying the morning paper, a good book read, or collaborating project ideas with friends. Backatown Coffee shop is a great addition to places to visit in NOLA.
Backatown Coffee Parlour
301 Basin Street, Suite 1
New Orleans, LA 70112
All photos by Haus of Kelley, LLC
Let’s add another breakfast and lunch spot to the list shall we. We had such a pleasant visit at Rise -N- Dine in Emory Village and the food was so amazing. This is a nice place to sit back with your coffee and morning paper and enjoy your time. The gracious staff was very welcoming and we even shared a few rival sports laughs. We definitely will be returning for more coffee, and great food.
Bacon and Cheddar Omelette with Biscuit and House made Strawberry Jam
Rise -N- Dine
1565 N Decatur Rd
Atlanta, GA. 30307
All photos by Haus of Kelley, LLC
I had so much fun baking this dessert. I was inspired to try one of my favorite desserts with delicious Goodie Girl Cookies. We all know Sweet Potato Pie is one the southern staple desserts during the holidays. I wanted to add the Goodie Girl Chocolate Creme Cookies as the crust. I must say it turned out better than I thought. Now let’s hope my family allows me to introduce this spin on sweet potato pie at the next gathering (Fingers Crossed). Enjoy the recipe below and I hope you give it a try.
(1) Box of Chocolate Creme Goodie Girl Cookies
(2) Sweet Potatoes (Boiled and peeled)
1/2 cup of milk
1 Cup of Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup of White Sugar (You can also use light corn syrup)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
1/4 tsp Nutmeg
1/2 tsp Cinnamon
1 1/2 stick of butter (Unsalted)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Melt 1/2 stick of butter and set aside. In a Mixing bowl, place the box of cookies in the bowl and set to level 1 (use the dough prong attachment for mixing). As the cookies crumble, pour the melted butter in and mix for 2 mins. The cookie crust should have a smooth consistency that is easy to transfer to the pie dish. Pour the crust into the pie dish ensuring the edges are covered. I smoothed the crust with a baking specula on the edges to ensure coverage. This process can be as rustic as you desire 🙂
Rinse the mixing bowl thoroughly. Add sweet potatoes, milk, eggs, 1 stick butter (cut or cubed), and sugar. Mix on level 1. Add vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon and mix until smooth. Pour mixture into pie dish and bake for 45 mins. To test readiness, place a fork gently into filling and pull immediately. If the fork has no filling attached, the pie is done. Remove from oven and let cool before serving. Enjoy!
Added caramel sauce for extra sweetness
All photos by Haus of Kelley, LLC
Thanks Goodie Girl Cookies for the tasty cookie flavors to try this recipe
I am so excited to see so many new restaurants fill the streets of my hometown NOLA. I’ve been anticipating visiting Morrow’s Sunday Brunch for quite a while as I have heard so many awesome reviews not alone enjoy their Instagram page. Located in the eclectic Faubourg Marigny neighborhood, Morrow’s laid back style and decor makes you want to stay in NOLA longer. We enjoyed everything from the food, to the music, to the Mimosas. This will not be our last time visiting. New Orleans will forever be home and it makes it even better when Brunch is involved.
$12 Sweet Potato Pancakes & Bacon
$13 Chicken & Waffle
$15 Crab-Cake Benedict
2438 SAINT CLAUDE AVE.
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70117
Blog Article Sources:
Wikipedia (Faubourg Marigny)
All food and drink photos by Haus of Kelley, LLC
Before I begin with this Cook-i-licous treat, I want to give a huge thanks to Goodie Girl Cookies for sending a goodie girl swag bag full of tasty cookie flavors. It has been so fun testing different recipes. The Caramel Apple cookies has to be my favorite thus far. I looked at the box and thought…”Why not just make caramel apples rolled in the cookie crumbs??” And I did just that. I hope you enjoy the recipe.
Makes up to 12
Time: 5-6 hrs
Goodie Girl Caramel Cookies (1 box)
Granny Smith Apples
2 (14oz) cans of sweetened condensed milk
Wood Dowel Sticks (Can use Popsicle Sticks or Wood Skewers)
Parchment Paper (Baking pan size sheet)
Peel the paper wrapper from the cans of sweetened condensed milk. In a deep boiling pot, place the cans at the bottom and add warm water. Ensure to cover the can with water. Set to a boil for 3hrs. You will have to add water when the water line goes below the top of the can. Turn off stove, remove cans from pot and set aside on a towel to cool (up to 1hr). Remove can lids, add the caramel to a bowl, and set aside. This process is called Caramel in a can.
Rinse boiling pot, add warm water, and apples (Stems removed). After 2-3 mins, remove apples and dry clean with a paper towel. Once the apples are dry, add the wood dowels and set aside.
Roll out and cut a sheet of parchment paper and rub butter all over it. This is help the caramel apples not to stick.
Crush the Caramel Apple Cookies (as much of the box you desire) and place in a bowl.
Take each apple and roll into the caramel covering almost to the top. Scrape the bottom with a mini spatula to remove the access caramel sauce. Roll or sprinkle the cookie crumbs over the caramel apple. Set each apple onto the parchment paper.
Refrigerate for 15-30 mins to allow the apples to set and become firm.